Dr. Jay: Still confusing the issue. Plus: Corrections via comments

December 30th, 2010 → 12:09 pm @

In one of his responses to yesterday’s post on his Twitter feed, Jay Gordon writes:

Seth, only a very small percentage of formula used is not the “standard” variety. Hypoallergenic formula is almost always a last resort. Infant formula increases the incidence of many childhood illnesses and this Pediatrics story adds to that verified list.

I’m assuming this is true — I have no idea what the ratio of hypoallergenic to standard infant formula is, but I’m guessing it’s small — but it is also completely beside the point. (more…)

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